Eton College - Photography for Sports Matches, School & House plays, and Special Days and events

Missed a Rugby Match? Couldn't make it to his House Play? Well we may have the next best thing for you...As part of our commitment to Eton College, we regularly attend sports matches and competitions. We also try to be there for special days such as the Fourth Of June, Procession of boats, St Andrews Day, Mufti Day and so on.

We try to cover a broad selection of the main team matches on Saturdays, but we can only cover one match per day. So if you would like to book us to cover a specific match, this would be organised as a normal hourly photo shoot which will guarantee our attendance. Please click the button below to book a photographer for a specific event.

Being located on the Eton College Campus, we are able to get to Home matches at short notice if we're available, so if you're running late, then don't hesitate to give us a call and we'll see what we can do to help.

We also try to make all House and School play photos available for you. These are covered by experienced photographer and Eton's Photo Archivist, Roddy Fisher. So if you know your son was in a play but weren't able to get there or would just like to see the photos and re-live the moment, then click on the button below to find the relevant collection.




  • School Matches
  • School and House Plays
  • Fourth Of June and Procession of Boats Photos and Triptychs
  • St Andrews day events
  • The Wall Game
  • Available for bookings upon request
  • Trusted, approved and regularly used by Eton College
  • Fully CRB checked
  • Proven track record of hundreds of previous Eton College clients
Alternatively call us now on 01753 860 996 or E-Mail: us to check for availability and discuss what suits you best.
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